See below list of ingredients, benefits and some interesting facts about each ingredient.

1. Organic Cacao Powder (Peru)

A lot of nutritious food tastes bland or even downright awful. Surprisingly, there’s one healthy food that actually tastes really great: chocolate. Yes, chocolates can actually be a health food—but not all kinds are good for you. The sweet, chocolate-milk we think of as “chocolate” is really more of a sweet. The kind of chocolate that’s actually good for you contains at least 70 percent cacao—the higher the percentage, the better it is for your health!

This pure raw organic cacao powder is made under low-temperature conditions and is unsweetened and non-alkalised.

 2. Organic Coconut Blossom Nectar (Indonesia)

Our coconut nectar supplier with over 300 organic coconut farmers in Yogyakarta, Indonesia to produce the world’s most incredible sweetener; coconut palm sugar and nectar. Palm sugars are the world’s oldest sweeteners with over 6,000 years of history and perhaps nowhere else on earth are these sweeteners integrated so completely into both cuisine and traditional healing.

Before the producers were considered some of the most marginalized and poor in the country. Income, education and access to basic services was very low and in some cases.

Now however things have changed. Our supplier has been directly involved with the creation of farmer organizations, internal control systems and organic certificates for the producers and their product.

They oversee a number of small cooperative maintained "sugarhouses" and directly own and operate multiple coconut palm nectar processing facilities to ensure final quality assurance for all our coconut palm sugar products.

The result has been success on many levels, not the least of which is a viable living wage for all of the producers.

Other key community points:

100% of the money from growing, harvesting and primary processing of this ingredient stays in the local communities.

Our sustainable supply chain manages direct producer programs in value addition education and practice, market access and small business/cooperative management.

Through market access and production training, smallholder sugar-tappers have risen well above the poverty line and are able to earn an increase in personal income of close to 200% while maintaining a competitive market price as a cane sugar alternative!

Coconut palm sugar has the single highest potential for lifting these farmers into a better life while creating a net benefit to their surrounding environment and providing you, the consumer, a healthier and more sustainable sweetener.

Health and Sweetness

The blossom of the coconut tree produces a nutrient rich nectar that can be tapped. This sap is a rich source of minerals, 17 different amino acids, vitamin C, broad-spectrum B vitamins, and a neutral pH. Furthermore the nectar is not processed, and that makes it so much better than most other raw sweeteners such as agave.

Containing short and medium-chain fatty acids, the nectar is perfect. Compared to brown sugar, coconut nectar has twice as much iron, four times as much magnesium, and ten times as much zinc.

Other 'natural' sweeteners like Xylitol or Agave are made through an often intensive or chemical process and have adverse impacts to our body or the environment. Only Coconut Nectar is unrefined, un processed, is low in fructose and can be digested easily by the body.

Organic Coconut Sugar UK

Sugar is found in thousands of products today—from beverages to toothpaste.  But there’s a danger to sweeteners (artificial or otherwise) used in these products as they are linked to obesity, Cholesterol and other more serious diseases.

Fortunately, we have healthier, more nutritious options like organic coconut sugar, raw coconut nectar, and coconut syrup.  Compared to regular white table sugar which is highly processed and supplies only empty calories, coconut sugar—or coconut sugar to be more accurate—is low in glycemic index, higher in nutrients and tastes a whole lot better too..

 3. Organic Cacao Powder (Peru)

Cacao is the raw, unprocessed version of cocoa. Both can benefit your health, but it's best to stick to either the raw version, cacao, or a chocolate product that has a high chocolate liquor content. Raw cacao can take some getting used to. It tastes a little different than cocoa products and can be slightly bitter.

Health Benefits of Cacao Powder

Originally domesticated in South America about 5,000 years ago, cacao trees can now be found in equatorial regions around the world. The beans from these trees are harvested to make both cocoa powder and its lesser-known counterpart, cacao powder.

Cacao beans develop flavor and texture through a fermentation process before heading for processing into either cacao or cocoa powder. To create cocoa powder, processors apply very high temperatures to the cacao beans, which produces that smooth, sweet taste that people enjoy in baked goods or hot cocoa. Cocoa powder is less bitter than cacao, but it loses some of its nutritional value during processing.

Cacao beans destined to become cacao powder and cacao nibs aren’t roasted at these high temperatures. Instead, they’re processed at low temperatures and then milled into a powder. Cacao powder is quite bitter, but retains more of the bean’s original nutritional value.

Cacao powder can be a healthier alternative for recipes that call for cocoa powder.

Health Benefits of Cacao Powder

The fiber in cacao powder promotes healthy digestion and can reduce the risk and symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive problems.

Here are some other health benefits of cacao powder:

Lower Blood Pressure

Cacao powder is packed with flavonoids. These nutrients that have been shown to help lower blood pressure, improve blood flow to the brain and heart, and aid in preventing blood clots.

Reduced Diabetes Risk

The flavonoids in cacao powder may help increase insulin sensitivity, reducing your risk of diabetes.

Reduced Heart Disease Risk

Cacao powder contains lots of potassium. Potassium has been shown to decrease risk of heart disease by reducing lower body inflammation and stress on cells.

Reduced Inflammation

The flavonoids in cacao powder can help to reduce inflammation throughout your body. Reduced inflammation may lessen your risk of some cancers, diabetes, arthritis, depression, and Alzheimer’s disease.


Cacao powder provides more nutrition than cocoa powder and can be a healthier substitute in recipes. Cacao powder is also an excellent source of:






Difference Between Cocoa and Cacao

Cocoa is a familiar ingredient, whether used for baking or to make hot chocolate, but cacao may be a little less known. With the popularity of eating whole and natural foods as well as vegan diets, however, we are hearing the word more and more with each passing season. It is easy to get confused as to the difference between the two since cocoa and cacao actually have a lot in common, the most important being chocolate.

Cacao is the seed (shaped like a bean) from which chocolate is made and cocoa is an ingredient in chocolate. Cacao will be seen by the chocolate industry and botanists as the more accurate or relevant term, while someone in the chocolate industry may tell you that cocoa refers to any of the manufactured products of the plant (especially the powder) as well as the bean itself. Interestingly, English seems to be the only language having this conundrum; all other languages just have one word for all of the plants' many forms.

 4. Organic Rice Protein (China)

Rice protein is recognized as the leader in gluten protein. It is rich in essential amino acids, and the amino acid composition pattern is similar to the WTO/FAO recommended pattern. It is mainly composed of four proteins such as albumin, globulin, prolamin and glutenin. The main content of rice residue is endosperm protein, which is composed of albumin (4%-9%), salt-soluble globulin (10%-11%), alcohol-soluble gluten (3%) and alkali-soluble globulin (66%-78%)composition. This product is an off-white powder, which is very suitable for the development of food for infants and young children.

Rice is arguably one of the most important foods to humans. It sustains two-thirds of the population of the world. But although this grain is viewed as a staple, it isn’t seen as something tasty or a food that’s particularly nutritious.

There are many health benefits rice could offer which is why it has been made into a powder people could take and benefit from. It’s called rice protein powder.

What is it?

Basmati, risotto, eaten with stir fries, curries, made into vinegar, flour, wine and many more—all these are food you can eat with rice or products that rice can produce. Rice has its origins in Asia with currently over 40,000 cultivars. Two of the most popular rice varieties are japonica and indica. Rice, a member of the Poaceae family, has been feeding the world for over 10,000 years. Its domestication began in China which slowly spread to Sri Lanka, India, Greece, Persia, and across the continents. It eventually found its way to the Western Hemisphere where it was further cultivated. A versatile crop, rice can grow in deserts as much as in wetlands which make it one of the most widely eaten foods in the world. It is rich in carbohydrates and protein, but low in fat and nitrogen—and it’s naturally gluten-free to boot. This is why a protein supplement called rice protein powder has been created. Made from protein extracted from brown rice or white rice, rice protein powder organic is better than soy and dairy because it doesn’t cause digestive problems. The truth is it is even easily digested so the body can use it quickly. And compared to other protein powder products such as whey, rice protein powder is also less expensive.

 5.Organic Dried Date Powder (USA)

We want you to meet cute (and sweet) Organic Date Powder! It’s the natural sweetener and flavour agent you didn’t know you were missing out on! We love dates because they’re loaded with fibre, potassium, iron, and magnesium, not to mention sweet and delicious! Comparable in sweetness to maple syrup or barley malt, our certified Organic Date Powder adds flavour and brightness to baked goods, breakfast cereals, smoothies and more.

  • It's 100% Dried Dates Powder.
  • Makes an excellent natural sweetener for kids who especially need to avoid refined sugar in the early years.
  • No Preservatives, colours or artificial flavour’s used.

 6. Organic Carrot (China)

The carrot is an orange root vegetable and sweet in flavor, with a crisp texture when fresh. The edible part of a carrot is a taproot. Carrots are an excellent source of beta carotene, which is converted in the body to vitamin A that improves night vision, benefits the skin, and is great for the immune system. Carrots also contain minerals like copper, calcium, potassium, manganese, and phosphorus. Sweet and crunchy, Ooty Carrots contain notably high levels of carotenoid lutein, anti-oxidants and dietary fibers. These are beneficial for healthy skin and eyes. 

  • A popular sweet-tasting root vegetable, Carrots are narrow and cone-shaped.
  • They have thick, fleshy, deeply coloured roots, which grow underground, and feathery green leaves that emerge above the ground.
  • While these greens are fresh tasting and slightly bitter, the carrot roots are crunchy textured with a sweet and minty aromatic taste.
  • Carrots provide the highest content of vitamin A of all the vegetables.
  • Brightly orange-coloured carrots have pigments like carotenoids and flavonoids, that provide several antioxidants and act as a defense against cancer.
  • They aid in maintaining oral health and also decrease the risk of stroke and other heart diseases.

7. Organic Maca (Peru)

Maca Root is native to the high altitudes of the Andes and goes by many names: miracle drug, natural Viagra, food of the gods, magic food, to name a few. This plant has been used for thousands of years in Peru and continues today to support people all over the world with its amazing health benefits!

Native to the high altitudes of the Andes Mountains, maca is a plant that belongs to the Cruciferous family such as watercress and broccoli. The plant’s roots—maca roots—have been used by the Incas and Peruvians as medicine for over 3,000 years. Maca roots look much like a robust radish or turnip. It has an earthy, nutty taste and an aroma akin to butterscotch which is why it was also considered an important vegetable crop by the ancients.

Maca is divided into varieties based on the colour of its roots: yellow, red, blue, green, gray and black. The red, black and yellow roots are the predominant varieties available today. Yellow or cream maca is highly favoured for its sweet taste and is known to be potent in boosting energy and sexual drive.

Maca is a plant that some populations in Peru have used for thousands of years as a food and medicine

In the last few decades, maca has grown in popularity around the world as a natural remedy for certain health issues, including infertility and low sex drive.

The maca plant, known scientifically as Lepidium meyenii, is sometimes referred to as Peruvian ginseng.

Maca is a cruciferous vegetable related to broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and kale.

Maca is native to the high plateaus of the Peruvian Andes Mountain range.

In fact, Andean people have cultivated maca for more than 2,000 years. It’s one of the few edible plants that can survive the harsh weather conditions above 4,000 meters (13,123 feet) in the Peruvian Andes (2Trusted Source).

Traditionally, the Andean people used maca as a food, consuming it in a fermented drink or porridge. Additionally, the Andean people used maca as a natural medicine to treat various health conditions, such as respiratory conditions and rheumatic disease (1Trusted Source).

The demand for maca products has grown in recent years, likely because of claims that the plant can promote libido and fertility.

Because of the rise in worldwide demand for maca, people have begun to mass-produce this plant in other parts of the world, including the mountainous Yunnan province in China.

Maca root, the part of the plant most commonly used, contains fiber, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals.

It also contains other bioactive compounds, including macamides, macaridine, alkaloids, and glucosinolates, which are thought to be responsible for maca’s medicinal benefits).

8. Organic Spirulina (India)

Spirulina is believed as a “Nature God’s wonder gift”. It is nature’s richest source of complete protein, amino acids, Vitamin 12, Enzymes, Phytonutrients and good source of organic iron. It is a Bio- chelated and completely nontoxic and absolutely pure as a Food. Spirulina has a high digestibility rate of 95% compared to other foods.


Spirulina Is Extremely High in Many Nutrients,

Spirulina Has Powerful Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory Properties,

Spirulina Can Lower LDL and Triglyceride Levels

Spirulina Protects LDL Cholesterol from Becoming Oxidized

Spirulina Appears to Have Anti-Cancer Properties, Especially Against Oral Cancer

Studies Show That It May Reduce Blood Pressure

Spirulina Improves Symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis

Spirulina May Be Effective Against Anemia

Muscle Strength and Endurance May Improve

Spirulina May Help With Blood Sugar Control

If there’s one food that truly deserves the title “Superfood”, it’s Spirulina. Spirulina has the most concentrated amounts of protein among all foods—at 67 to 71%. It contains all eight essential amino acids, vitamins A, B, E, K, calcium, iron, magnesium, chlorophyll, phytonutrients, enzymes and more.

Although it is blue-green in color, Spirulina is not an herb, plant or algae—it’s an organism that belongs to the cyanobacteria family. It grows on warm lakes and rivers forming a green mat on the surface of waters. A simple and ancient life form that produces its own energy through photosynthesis, Spirulina has been around for billions of years. In fact, it is believed that this “algae” helped change the earth’s atmosphere from carbon dioxide to oxygen which allowed other life forms to exist. Historical evidence showed it wasn’t until the 16th century that the Aztecs discovered the nutrients in spirulina and began drying Spirulina into edible cakes called ‘tecuitlatl.’ In the 1950’s, natives near Lake Texcoco in Mexico call the dried flat cakes "dihé" which is a food staple and sold in local markets. Commercial production of spirulina was initiated by a French company in the 1970’s and then Japan and the USA followed suit.

 9. Organic Ginger (India)

Ginger of commerce is the dried underground stem of the herbaceous tropical plant grown as an annual. The whole plant is refreshingly aromatic and the underground rhizome, raw or processed, is valued as spice. Ginger is a slender perennial herb, 30-50 cm tall with palmately branched rhizome bearing leafy shoots. The leafy shoot is a pseudostem formed by leaf sheath and bears 8 to 12 distichous leaves.


It is a tropical plant with the centre of origin in India and Malaysia. Now it is widely cultivated in India, Jamaica, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Malaysia, Southern China and Japan. Ginger requires warm and humid climate and thrives well from sea level to an altitude of 1500 mtrs above MSL. A well distributed rainfall (150 to 300cm) during growing season and dry spells during land preparation and harvesting are required for the crop. Though grows on a wide range of soils, lateritic loams are preferred for higher yields.


Fresh ginger, dry ginger powder, oleoresin and oil are used in food processing. It is indispensable in the manufacture of ginger bread, confectionary, ginger ale, curry powders, table sauces, in pickling and in the manufacture of certain cordials, ginger cocktail, carbonate drinks, liquors etc. In medicine, it is used as carminative and stimulant. It has wider applications in indigenous medicines. The ginger oil is used as food flavoring in soft drinks.

Ginger is one of the earliest known oriental spices and is being cultivated in India for both as fresh vegetable and as a dried spice, since time immemorial. Ginger is obtained from the rhizomes of Zingiber officinale. The ginger family is a tropical group, especially abundant in Indo-Malaysian region, consisting of more than 1200 plant species in 53 genera. The area under cultivation in India is 107.54 thousand ha and the total production of the country is 385.33 thousand tons.

 10. Organic Camu Camu (Peru)

  • Enjoy a Pure, Nutrient Dense Source of Vitamin C - Treat yourself to powerful multivitamin of organic camu camu goodness grown in the Amazon. At 2 to 3% of its weight, camu camu boasts the highest concentration of Vitamin C found in any natural food!
  • Supercharge Your Smoothies, Oatmeal, and More - Add camu camu powder to smoothies, muesli, yogurts, desserts, and salad dressings.The camu berry has a sharp tart taste and adds a bit of delicious, sour fruitiness.
  • Experience the Multiple Health Benefits of Camu Powder - Give your body a potent dose of powerful nutrients! Camu camu powder contains anti-ageing properties and can help fight free radicals, promote collagen production, and increase iron absorption.
  • A Natural Power Boost Your Immune System - With its high Vitamin C content, camu berry powder can strengthen immunity and help fight off infections. Also known as kamu kamu, this plant-based superfood contains 390mg of Vitamin C in just 1 teaspoon!
  • Made from 100% Pure Raw Berries Grown in Peru - Our camu camu berry powder is certified USDA organic, 100% vegan, and contains no additives or preservatives! 3% of our profits are invested in small farms and agricultural businesses in rural Peru.

Most of the world knows its fruit as camu camu, which is a wild plant that can reach up to 8 meters height. lt is most commonly found in the Amazon rainforests in Peru and Brazil, and the fruit is a small, cherry-like drupe.
These fruits weren't known to the rest of the world until recently, and the majar importer is actually Japan, but as more and more is discovered about their remarkable nutritional composition, the demand is increasing. While the fruit is relatively easy to harvest, there is still no large-scale cultivation outside South America, making it a very important crop. In Peru, it is found mainly along the Putumayo, Ucayali and Amazonas rivers and its tributaries.
interestingly enough, the amount of vitamin C (about 2-3% of the total volume) begins to diminish as the fruit reaches maturity, which is when the top flavors emerge. Therefore, harvesters have to forge a delicate balance between flavor and nutritional benefit.


  • Excellent source of antioxidants: Thanks to the massive amount of vitamin C in camu camu, the berry is high in antioxidants. These work with your body to protect against damage from molecules called free radicals, which contribute to many diseases.
  • Enhances physical performance: The combination of nutrients in camu camu 1s helpful in boosting energy. In addition, the amino acids leucine and valine support healthy muscles, enhancing overall physical performance.

Camu camu is one of the world’s most abundant sources of natural vitamin C. It can provide up to 60 times more vitamin C than an orange. Its a powerful antioxidant. This fruit from the Amazon rainforest is dried at low temperature to protect its nutritional qualities. It raises the spirits and strengthens the immune and nervous system. It helps to maintain healthy eyes and skin, also healthy levels of white blood cells. It helps you ti have a good health.

Ecoandino organic camu camu is famous for its purity. We have four presentations of this superfood: raw camu camu powder, raw whole camu camu powder, camu camu extract, raw camu camu powder capsules. Camu camu extract helps the immune system to combat colds and flu.

Camu camu also contains a broad range of other important nutrients, including  beta-carotene, as well as many important vitamins and minerals. Camu camu products have many amazing benefits for your health. There are so many great ways to incorporate camu camu benefits into your diet!

There are a lot of food-like products in the grocery today that, although delicious, are devoid of any significant nutrition. But people are wiser now. They are looking for real nutritious food that could protect them from chronic diseases, sometimes, even help them reverse it.

One food—or fruit, for that matter—that made the cut is camu camu berry. This little known super fruit is so dense in nutrients it is almost unmatched.

The Camu camu berry is almost the same size as lemons but fleshy and soft. Its skin colour ranges from reddish brown to dark purple depending on the concentration of natural pigments (anthocyanin) in its skin. The flesh is yellow and it tastes really sour. This Amazonian berry doesn’t just grow anywhere but it is commonly found in the rainforest swamps and flooded areas of Peru and Bolivia. Its watery habitat indicates it may have been food for fish and also its main channel of dispersion. Abundant as they are in South America, no evidence suggests the locals were aware of its true power as a food and medicine. It was only in the 1950s when the Ministry of Public Health of Peru analysed its nutritional content that its value was known.

 11. Organic Blue Weber Agave (Mexico)

Agave is a monocotyledon, a.k.a. a monocot, the smaller of the two groups of flowering plants that also includes most grains, grasses, and canes. Somewhat surprisingly, it’s a member of the large Asparagaceae family, which makes it a (distant) relative of the same delicious asparagus that’s often served under a blanket of hollandaise sauce.

Agave’s subfamily, Agavoideae, features even more closely related botanical wonders like yucca plants, hyacinths, and the Joshua Tree. When you drill down into the pure Agave genus, there are about 270 different species of the spiky plants we know and love. Some, like the Queen Victoria agave, are grown ornamentally. Blue Weber Agave is the most prized cultivar of just one species, the blue agave or agave azul, known to science as Agave tequilana.

A note for those of us who love shortcuts: When it comes to Blue Weber Agave, the color is not optional. If you just say “Weber Agave” you’re actually referring to a different species, Agave weberi, a smaller plant in Mexico that can also be found in Texas and Florida. Also known as the wild century plant or Small Agave, Weber Agave without the word blue isn’t what lies at the heart of a great tequila.

Native to the Mexican state of Jalisco and surrounding regions, the beautiful Blue Weber Agave takes a long time to reach maturity, generally only flowering after five years or more. Left alone, the plant will then send out a very long stalk — think “shopping mall Christmas tree” — called a quiote, which will be topped with bushy clusters of yellow flowers. In nature, those flowers are pollinated by insects, hummingbirds, and the greater long-nosed bat, an endangered species that mates in only one known cave. (In case someone asks, it’s the Cueva del Diablo in Tepoztlán, Mexico.)

The growing global demand for tequila is balanced by the lengthy amount of time the plants require to grow. It takes around eight years — and often 12 or more years — before an agave is ready to make tequila. Some 400 to 500 million Blue Weber Agave plants are currently under cultivation in Mexico, of which roughly 50 million are harvested each year. Trimmed of its leaves into a piña, or pineapple, a single ripe agave usually weighs between 80 and 200 pounds, though many can clock in well over 300 pounds.

In Jalisco, Blue Weber Agave is mainly grown in two regions with two distinct microclimates: the Tequila Region of Origin, sometimes called Tequila Valley, and Los Altos, also known as the Highlands. The Tequila Region of Origin is located northwest of Guadalajara, close to the eponymous city of Tequila, with a moderate elevation — about 4,300 feet above sea level in the town of Amatitán, the heart of the area’s agave cultivation. That’s a distinct difference from Los Altos, where many agaves are grown at 7,000 feet, or even higher.

The two regions have very different soils and growing conditions — and, connoisseurs will tell you, result in tequilas with very different flavor profiles. The darker, volcanic soil in the Tequila Region of Origin is said to create spirits with more peppery, earthy, and “grittier” flavors. Tequilas sourced from agaves grown in Los Altos, where the time to maturity is generally longer than in Tequila Valley, are said to be more mineral, floral, and sweeter in flavor.

It sounds like a question from a pub quiz: What is tequila made from? Most Margarita fans know enough to shout that their favorite spirit is made with Blue Weber Agave — a large, spiky plant that grows in the rich soil of Jalisco and several surrounding states in central Mexico. But in fact, the world of Blue Weber Agave includes enough obscure information and oddball detail to supply more than a month’s worth of trivia contests.

 12. Organic Acai Berry (Brazil)

Pure organic freeze dried Acai berry powder of the highest quality possible with no additives from Amazonia, Brazil.

A unique raw, vegan, plant based addition to your breakfast smoothie bowls. Boost up the nutrition & antioxidant intake by adding just 1 spoon to your regular breakfast.

Helps you reach your weight loss goals, makes your hair and skin naturally glow and anti-age!

Helps keep heart & liver healthy, calms body & mind, makes body energetic.

Goes well with smoothies, baked goods, lattes & skin care products.

Acai (ah-sigh-EE) berries are a grape-like fruit native to the rainforests of South America. They are harvested from acai palm trees.

The fruits are about 1 to 2 centimeters (cm) in diameter and a deep purple color. The seed constitutes about 80 percent of the fruit. The taste of acai berries has been described as a blend of chocolate and berries, with a slight metallic aftertaste.

Acai berries are a superfood, with benefits ranging from improved skin appearance to weight loss, but not all of these claims are supported by evidence.

Age-related brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease have no cure, but research suggests that diets rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory polyphenolic compounds may lower the risk of these diseases.

Specifically, the antioxidant anthocyanin, which is abundant in acai berries, may lower oxidative stress and inflammation, promoting brain health.

Anthocyanins also have been shown to enhance and improve memory. They are thought to work by inhibiting neuroinflammation, activating synaptic signaling, and improving blood flow to the brain.


13. Organic Goji Berry (Tibet)

Goji berries is rank as one of the world healthiest berries by some of the top nutritionists and health experts in the world. It is apart of Chinese Medicine and has been consumed for thousands of year in China and Tibet, in particular by monks. Goji berries contain a wide range of vitamin, minerals and antioxidants that is excellent for your health.

All berries are nutritious, but goji berries is the queen of them all. Also called Chinese wolfberries and Tibetan goji berries, it is both a fruit and an herb because of its use and nutritional value. Because of this, goji berries are considered a superfood by many health experts.

Grown at an elevation of 15,000 ft in the Tibetan mountains, the strong sunlight, large temperature difference between day and night, and selenium-rich soil yield the best quality goji berries. They develop natural resiliency and maximize photosynthesis, locking more nutrients in the plant. According to multiple published studies, tibetan goji is packed with more Polysaccharides, Amino Acids, Antioxidants (Flavonoids) and Minerals, than the one from Ningxia, a common planting base of goji berry in China.

In Tibetan culture, goji berries are known to be fruits of longevity.

This small red berry, known as Gou-qi-zi in Chinese, has been used in Asia for over 2,500 years in traditional medicine and cooking.

They regulate blood sugar and blood pressure.

Our tasty organic and fair-trade goji berries come from Tibet

They can be enjoyed on their own, as an infusion, in desserts, mueslis or in salads.

It is a product from organic farming certified Ecocert.

 14. Organic Spinach (EU)

Spinach, (Spinacia oleracea), hardy leafy annual of the amaranth family (Amaranthaceae), used as a vegetable. Widely grown in northern Europe and the United States, spinach is marketed fresh, canned, and frozen. Young leaves are commonly sold as “baby spinach.” It received considerable impetus as a crop in the 1920s, when attention was first called to its high content of iron and vitamins A and C. Spinach is served as a salad green and as a cooked vegetable. Spinach leaves contain oxalates, which are associated with the formation of kidney stones if consumed in excess over time; steaming or boiling spinach can reduce the oxalate levels.

The edible leaves are arranged in a rosette, from which a seed stalk emerges. The simple leaves are somewhat triangular or ovate and may be flat or puckered. The flowers are inconspicuous and produce small dry fruits. Spinach requires cool weather and deep, rich, well-limed soil to give quick growth and maximum leaf area. Seed can be sown every two weeks from early spring to late summer, in rows 30 cm (12 inches) apart, the plantlets being thinned in the row. The last sowings produce young plants that yield a crop in the autumn and stand over the winter, providing leaves in early spring or even through the winter if the weather is not too severe.

EU Approved Organic Spinach Powder is derived entirely from fresh spinach grown within the EU ensuring that is of the highest quality and purity.

The Spinach Powder is manufactured when fresh Spinach leaves are dehydrated (to reduce the moisture content) and then ground in to a fine powder. This ensures that all the goodness of the Spinach is retained and results in a super-concentrated powder form of this nutritious vegetable.

Derived only from fresh spinach
The most nutrient rich powdered vegetable
Packed with vitamins and minerals
High in Vitamins A, C, E
Contains Zinc and Selenium
Can be used in cooking and baking
Can be added to make vegetable smoothies

15. Organic Barley Grass (New Zealand)

As one of the ‘original superfoods’, Barley grass Hordeum vulgare is renowned as a nutritionally dense supplement. Bursting with minerals, chlorophyll, and amino acids, it’s hardly surprising that it was favoured by the ancient Greeks and Romans. In fact, it is thought gladiators took Barley Grass for strength and stamina.

This Organic Green Barley Grass is made from young barley shoots grown in the fertile soils of New Zealand. The young shoots are air dried to retain their nutritional content then chopped into a fine powder.

Green Barley Grass has 5 times the vitamin C of oranges, twice the calcium of cow’s milk and 5 times more iron than spinach. After 10 years of research on over 300 green plants, Japanese researcher Hagiwara stated, “The leaves of the cereal grasses provide the nearest thing to the perfect food that this planet has to offer”.

Alkalising Green Barley is at least 29% protein with the full range of amino acids required for growth and maintenance of tissue. It is also high in soluble fibre, anti-oxidants, essential and trace minerals and vitamins and contains 16 enzymes.

Barley Grass powder is made from the young green shoots that grow from the Barley plant before the plant produces the grain. Because it is not sourced from the Barley grain, the shoots or grass are naturally gluten free. Known as a potent superfood, Barley Grass is thought to be one of the originals, before ‘superfoods’ became mainstream.

Barley Grass powder is naturally alkalising, supporting the body’s healthy acid/alkaline balance. This is mainly due to the many minerals it contains. If we eat an imbalance of acid forming foods without an intake of alkalising foods, our bodies can struggle to maintain an optimal pH balance.

Its deep green hue means that Barley Grass has an abundance of chlorophyll, the green plant pigment responsible for photosynthesis. It is considered a natural internal deodorant and all-round body cleanser that supports the body's own detoxification processes.

Barley Grass contains essential amino acids making it a valuable source of protein that can help fill nutritional gaps in the diet. Barley Grass powder can be added to smoothies or in a glass of fruit or vegetable juice. Barley Grass supplements come in capsules too – a convenient option for those on the run.

Our parents always tell us to eat our vegetables, but even they might not have known barley grass is as nutritious—if not more so—than the grain. Yes, the leaves of the barley plant—that common plant where cereal products come from—can also be eaten, some in the form of barley grass powder. And what amazing things are in store for you when you do!

Most homes have barley grains in their pantries, but most probably not barley grass. Barley grass, or barley green as it is sometimes called, is the immature leaf blades of the barley plant. They have been around since about 9,000 years ago when it was first cultivated as food and medicine. It was most likely the first cereal grain to have been domesticated by man. Ancient Asian, Middle Eastern and Greek cultures reportedly included barley grass in their diets. Infact, it is said that they used it to treat boils, gastrointestinal disorders, liver, skin and blood problems. They also utilised the grass to increase their strength and stamina. Documents show the Egyptians thought barley was a gift from the gods so they revered it. Given that it can grow in most climatic condition, slowly, the proliferation of this vigorous annual monocot from the Poaceae family started to spread out all over the world. It was featured in many Asian and Middle Eastern diets. When European explorers discovered it, they brought it back to Europe, cultivated it and where, until now, it continues to grow. It was the first crop to have been planted in 1611 in Virginia. Today, the grains of barley are used in so many things: to make beer and incorporated in so many food products. Barley grass on the other hand is also gaining popularity as a leafy green vegetable and juice. Barley grass powder is also used as a supplement.

 16. Organic Turmeric (India)

Turmeric powder is a superfood, bearing the scientific name Curcuma longa. Turmeric is the spice that gives curry its yellow color. It has been used in India for thousands of years as a spice and medicinal herb. Curcumin is the main active ingredient in turmeric. It has powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is a very strong antioxidant. Curcumin has powerful antioxidant effects. It neutralizes free radicals on its own but also stimulates your body's own antioxidants.

Turmeric powder contains good amounts of protein, vitamin C, calcium, iron, dietary fiber, sodium, and about 24 calories in a 1 tablespoon serving of turmeric powder. It also provides a rich supply of vitamin B6, potassium, magnesium, and manganese.

Turmeric 'HALDI' powder has been in use since antiquity for its anti-inflammatory (painkiller), carminative, anti-flatulent and anti-microbial properties. This popular herb contains no cholesterol; however, it is rich in anti-oxidants and dietary fiber, which helps to control blood LDL or "bad cholesterol" levels.

It is very rich source of many essential vitamins such as pyridoxine (vitamin B6), choline, niacin, and riboflavin, etc. 100 g herb provides 1.80 mg or 138% of daily-recommended levels of pyridoxine. Pyridoxine is employed in the treatment of homocystinuria, sideroblastic anemia and radiation sickness. Niacin helps prevent "pellagra" or dermatitis. Rich in calcium, iron, potassium, manganese, copper, zinc, and magnesium.

Fresh root contains very good levels of vitamin-C. 100 of root compose of 23.9 mg of this vitamin. Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin and a powerful natural anti-oxidant, which helps the body develop immunity against infectious agents, and remove harmful free oxygen radicals.


17. Organic Acerola (Brazil)

Rich in Organic Natural Vitamin C for Immune System and Strong Antioxidant.

No GMOs, No Irradiation, No Fillers, No Additives, No Artificial Colors. No Gluten and No Pesticide.

Acerola Cherry powder (freeze dried) is a Brazilian superfood. Acerola cherries are rich in anti-oxidants and can be added to you daily diet. Can be used to make unique smoothie bowls, detox shots, baked goods, cocktails, mock-tails, latte etc. We ensure our products are of the highest grade and quality possible. Our Acerola cherry powder is sourced from Brazil. They do not have any additional flavours, additives or preservatives. They are safe for consumption and can be used directly on the skin. Acerola cherry powder is available in 2 grades in the market i.e. Spray dried & freeze dried, spray dried powder is cheaper, lighter and loses most of its nutritional value. Freeze drying is a process under which the berries are frozen to ensure the flavour, taste, smell and nutritional value stays in tact, after which the berries are directly crushed to powder.

The acerola cherry is a stone fruit (or drupe) with white-yellowish pulp. The color of its skin ranges from green to red depending on the degree of ripeness. Eaten fresh, it has a pleasant, slightly sour taste. As it is very sensitive, the fruit is immediately processed into fruit puree or concentrate after harvest to preserve its valuable vitamin C.

The acerola cherry has one of the highest natural vitamin C contents of all known fruits – roughly 30 times higher than orange juice, which makes acerola an ideal product for strengthening the immune system. However, because the vitamin C content of the fruit decreases as it ripens, both puree and concentrate are available in various qualities with varying amounts of vitamin C, as well as in organic grades. In addition to healthy vitamin C, the acerola cherry also contains large amounts of riboflavin and is entitled to nutritional claims according to the European Health Claim and Food Information Regulation and/or EFSA expert opinions.

Acerola is used to enrich food products with natural vitamin C and is often mixed with other fruit ingredients. With its slightly sour taste, it is also frequently used in jams and dairy products. As an antioxidant, the multifunctional fruit also stabilizes drinks, ice cream, and fruit preserves.

 18. Organic Chlorella (China)

A freshwater green alga, chlorella—let alone organic chlorella—is not a common household superfood. But for such a simple life form, it presents such an astounding package of nutrition that it’s almost complete.

It is a tiny, single-celled algae and one of the oldest organisms to have existed since the world began. Fossil records show chlorella has been around as far back as 540 million years ago. It has lived through so many global changes—fungus, bacteria, pollution, climate change. To have survived that long, chlorella must possess a trait that made it tough, a survivor. This ability to endure may be because of its simple yet powerful design and unusual structure. For instance, its cell walls are so durable that heavy metals and toxins cannot penetrate it. Instead, the cell wall materials bind with the toxins to be safely carried out of the body. Chlorella also has CGF (Chlorella Growth Factor) in the nucleus of its cells which make it reproduce at an astonishing rate ensuring the survival of its species.

The traits that make these tiny algae survive that long can luckily be enjoyed by people who eats this superfood. Chlorella benefits are almost endless and incorporating it in your diet will help the body is many ways: Chlorella can help detoxify the body of heavy metals such as mercury, lead and even arsenic through a process called “chelation.” How?

These heavy and toxic metals—which can wreak havoc to the cells over time—bind with the chlorophyll contained in abundance in chlorella. After binding with chlorophyll, the toxins become inert. It is then that they are removed from the bloodstream and simply excreted from the body without further interaction with body cells or organs.

This almost microscopic algae is also packed with antioxidants (alpha-lipoic acid, selenium, Vitamins C, D, E and K) and carotenoids (alpha-carotene, lutein, Vitamin A) that work together to protect cells from free radical damage.

CGF—the thing that makes chlorella reproduce quickly—promotes cell growth in humans and even repairs it. It also helps RND/DNA in the production of proteins and enzymes. It is this same characteristic that when ingested by humans, would facilitate healing and regeneration of our body.

The health benefits of chlorella are immense. It stimulates the immune system and increases the cell’s ability to resist infection. It is high in magnesium which is essential in regulating blood sugar, blood pressure and normal heart, nerve and muscle function. Chlorella is also a significant source of protein. Its protein content is over 50% higher than that of meat.

 19. Organic Kale (China)

Kale is a green, leafy, cruciferous vegetable that is rich in nutrients. It may offer a range of health benefits for the whole body.

It is a member of the mustard, or Brassicaceae, family, as are cabbage and Brussels sprouts.

Possible benefits include helping manage blood pressure, boosting digestive health, and protecting against cancer and type 2 diabetes.

Kale contains fiber, antioxidants, calcium, vitamins C and K, iron, and a wide range of other nutrients that can help prevent various health problems.

Antioxidants help the body remove unwanted toxins that result from natural processes and environmental pressures.

These toxins, known as free radicalsTrusted Source, are unstable molecules. If too many build up in the body, they can lead to cell damage. This may result in health problems such as inflammation and diseases. Experts believe that free radicals may play a role in the development of cancer, for example.

20. Organic Alfafa (Eu/Germany)

Alfalfa (/ælˈfælfə/) (Medicago sativa), also called lucerne, is a perennial flowering plant in the legume family Fabaceae. It is cultivated as an important forage crop in many countries around the world. It is used for grazing, hay, and silage, as well as a green manure and cover crop. The name alfalfa is used in North America. The name lucerne is the more commonly used name in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. The plant superficially resembles clover (a cousin in the same family), especially while young, when trifoliate leaves comprising round leaflets predominate. Later in maturity, leaflets are elongated. It has clusters of small purple flowers followed by fruits spiraled in 2 to 3 turns containing 10–20 seeds. Alfalfa is native to warmer temperate climates. It has been cultivated as livestock fodder since at least the era of the ancient Greeks and Romans.

21.Organic Chaga Mushroom (China)

The chaga mushroom market in China has seen a significant increase in interest from consumers since 2016. Chaga is a mushroom, well known in the West, which contains a multitude of nutrients, minerals and antioxidants providing health benefits. According to our research, this trend is part of a broader focus of many Chinese consumers on healthy living..

In China, there is already a multitude of traditional medicinal herbs. The Chinese have been using herbs for medicinal purposes for decades

The chaga in China is called the mushroom of immortality, a mushroom with exceptional properties. Similar to charcoal in both shape and colour, the chaga grows on birch trees in the cold regions of the northern hemisphere, where temperatures drop to -34°C for more than two to three months per year. The chaga mainly grows in Siberia’s virgin forests. Thus, Russia leads the world in chaga research.

Chaga mushrooms can be consumed in different ways: as a capsule to swallow, as a drink such as tea, or prepared for mixing with water. Most Chinese consumers drink chaga in tea form. One packages the mushroom into a tea bag in slices or in powder form, then soaks the tea bag in water.

Chaga tea effects on cancer patients are notable. Indeed, chaga health benefits are myriad. The chaga mushroom can:

Reduce inflammation

Treat diabetes

Treat a variety of cancers

Cure related skin problems

Promote anti-aging of the skin

Stimulate and regulate the immune system

Lower blood pressure

Improve and prevent allergic cortex

Solve related hepatitis, gastritis, duodenal ulcer and nephritis conditions